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Fort Worth teen arrested in fatal shooting

May 9th, 2017 - Comments Off

FORT WORTH, Texas – A 17-year-old Fort Worth man was arrested Monday in connection with last month’s shooting death of a 15-year-old boy outside a party.

Randon Shon Cummings is being held in the Mansfield jail with bail set at $150,000. He is accused of fatally shooting Nakyia Stevens.

The shooting allegedly happened about 10:19 p.m. on April 14, outside a party at a rental hall in the 2500 block of Oakland Boulevard.

According to an arrest affidavit, Nakyia and his brother had just been dropped off and were walking towards the rental hall as a disturbance was occurring. People were filtering out into the parking lot.

Witnesses told police that Nakyia saw his cousin about to become involved in a fight with another male in the parking lot, prompting the boy to pull out a gun and fire it up into the air about six times.

In turn, Cummings allegedly pulled out a gun, crouched down and began firing at Nakyia as the teen ran across Oakland Boulevard, according to another witness. Nakyia was shot in the head.

Officers reportedly arrived and found the teen lying in a pool of blood on the west side of Oakland Boulevard. A small pistol was found near him and several fired shell casings in the middle of the roadway, the affidavit states.

The injured boy was taken to John Peter Smith Hospital, where he was pronounced dead shortly after midnight on April 15.

At the time of the shooting, Cummings was out on bail on a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in which he is accused of threatening bodily injury to another while using or exhibiting a gun, records show.

Mfrances is a news writer for NinjaCOPS.com where you can get high quality wholesale stun guns, self-defense weapons, and rechargeable stun gun flashlights.

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